I’ve put up with an issue for ages but it’s finally causing me enough grief to try to sort out.
It’s almost like a reverse snap to grid. But it’s a “won’t snap to where I want it” , it snaps somewhere past where I want it.
what it is is that when I try to align lines or sketches to exactly overlap, the one I am moving will move closer and closer to the position I want but then it snaps past the line or point.
The true Snap to grid is turned off, and the position it snaps to is usually or often not on a grid line anyway.
In order to get it to get really close I have to enlarge the screen image of the sketches to a more honed in view. Sometimes it will then move smoothly to where I want or sometimes I have to move it as close as I can and then re-magnify the image and repeat getting closer each time.
I’ve persisted doing this but I sometimes run into the issue that when I magnify it enough either the dragging arrows or the lines I am trying to align then go off screen and I can’t perform the task.
What am I missing here? There must be some way I can just drag any line to any place I want without this frequent “anti-snap to grid” event.